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ROAR.

Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Feb 19 2021
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Roar is a 1981 American adventure comedy film written and directed by Noel Marshall, produced by (and starring) Marshall and his wife Tippi Hedren, and co-starring Hedren’s daughter Melanie Griffith and Marshall’s sons John and Jerry. Roar follows a man who lives with lions, tigers, and other big cats in Africa; when his family attempts to visit him, they are accidentally left alone with a number of animals that they fear.

Hedren and Marshall learned about endangered wildlife in Africa while Hedren was filming Satan’s Harvest in Mozambique, and they decided to make a film in response. They and their family lived with a number of big cats in their California homes. Filming began in California during the 1970s. Flooding from a dam destroyed much of the set and equipment after three years of production, and the film’s budget increased drastically. Filming was completed after five years, and its production time was 11 years. Roar was notorious for the dangerous situations faced by cast and crew members; seventy people, including the film’s stars, were seriously injured during filming as a result of animal attacks. Hedren founded the Roar Foundation to house the animals used in the film after its completion, and established the Shambala Preserve sanctuary in Soledad Canyon in 1983.

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